Friday, June 6, 2014

Inspire Kids To Go Out Into The World And Be Noble With "Be A Noble Kid"

A few weeks ago I had the pleasure of meeting Kati Robins, one of the founders of Be A Noble Kid.  I just love what I learned about their mission and how they are empowering kids to be noble.

I can't wait to get my students involved in this organization next year, but I couldn't wait to share more about Be A Noble Kid with all of you.

I asked Kati to write up a post for my blog and here it is....
Be A Noble Kid is a provider of content to help inspire children to go out in the world and be noble!

Our goal at Be A Noble Kid is to cultivate character, values, and a sense of responsibility in elementary aged children by providing resources, lessons, activities, volunteer opportunities, support, and inspiration to parents, teachers, and all adults who are active in a child’s upbringing. 

Our website provides lessons, resources, and activities to aid in developing social skills and life lessons that will empower children to develop into leaders through communication, reflection, and service. Our hope is that our resources open the lines of communication and opportunity between adults, children, and their communities.

We’ve gotten a great deal of support from our constituents, and are continuing to drive interaction with our newsletters, website, book clubs and partnerships with community and educational organizations. We want you to join our Noble movement!  

Here are some ways to get involved:
Visit us at and check out all that we have to offer. As you do the different character building activities with your children, take pictures and email us your feedback.  We would love your input!

Sign up to receive our monthly newsletter. We provide a manageable amount of character education resources, delivered straight to your inbox, that you can incorporate throughout the month.

Like Us on Facebook to receive daily character building activities and ideas, helpful articles and resources, and inspirational stories and quotes.

Let's work together to create a generation of Noble leaders!

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